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White Tara is a peaceful deity but is also extremely powerful. Of all of the 21 different manifestations of Tara, she is the one most closely associated with the compassionate nature of Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara). Her seven eyes symbolize her ability to see all the suffering in the world with this great compassion. Also known as Drolma Karpo in Tibetan, White Tara practice brings longevity, healing, and wisdom, and is a practice that is used to remove obstacles from one’s life, especially those that stand in the way of one’s spiritual progress.
This Yum/Yab White Tara practice is a terma of the great from Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo. Lu Jong is Tibetan Buddhist yoga. The practice Lama Pema Dorje Rinpoche will teach in this retreat (Lu Jong Chime Palter) slows the aging process, lengthens the life of the body, increases physical comfort and flexibility, and stabilizes the mind.
Tara Mandala is a Vajrayana Buddhist retreat center, nestled in the Colorado mountains, just near Pagosa Springs. More information and registration can be found at the links below:
- White Tara retreat @ Tara Mandala: http://bit.ly/1XnqUAi
- Tara Mandala: http://www.taramandala.org
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